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image by Nozomi Kariyasu, 23 February 2015
External Links (identified by Ron Lahav and Jan Mertens):
These flags would seem to be flags of the School of Dentistry, rather
than of the university. They are red, with gold fringe, and have a gold
university emblem above gold text
(Nihon University School of Dentistry).
The emblem itself seems to be a stylized version of 學 (meaning "learning, knowledge") above a wreath.
And Auburn University includes a picture (at a sports event?) of a red flag with the emblem in black above the name of the economics/business department of the university, in black. Perhaps each department has flags like these two examples.
Jonathan Dixon, 3-4 April 2008
The University history page states:
"1936 The University Flag designed."
Then there is the logo of course (red written 'N' with large dot recalling the sun disk on the national flag).
Jan Mertens, 4 April 2008
Looks like: On a red field the university emblem with the text
"Japan University" below, all in white.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 April 2008
The Nihon University. flag uses the emblem composed of cherry blossoms
and Chinese letters of university 大學 on a cherry pink field. See
All faculties use same flag with faculty's name in Chinese letters either at the bottom or along the hoist except for faculty of law whose flag has purple field.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 4 April 2008
Nihon University has a red flag.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 23 February 2015